- Former Mumbai Police Commissioner Parambir Singh’s petition dismissed
- In the Supreme Court, Singh had appealed to get the departmental inquiry out of the state.
- Court said to go to High Court for early hearing
- The court said that 30 years of service in the department is not believed in him only.
Former Mumbai Police Commissioner Parambir Singh has received a major setback from the Supreme Court. On Friday, the Supreme Court dismissed Singh’s plea. Parambir Singh had filed a petition in the Supreme Court asking that the ongoing departmental investigation against him be transferred outside the state and its investigation should be done by a central agency.
While dismissing the petition, the court said that those whose houses are made of glass do not throw stones at the houses of others. The court said that it is very strange that you do not trust the department of the police department in which you yourself have worked for 30 years.
threat to lion
During the hearing, Parambir Singh’s lawyer Mahesh Jethmalani told the court that his client is being continuously threatened to withdraw the petition. They are being told that if they do not take it back, they will be implicated in other criminal cases.
Parambir will go to High Court
While dismissing the petition, the Supreme Court told Parambir Singh’s lawyer that you should go to the Bombay High Court for urgent hearing. Mahesh Jethmalani also said that now he will approach the High Court.
Former Mumbai Police Commissioner Parambir Singh